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    The ABC’s of Wisdom: Building Character with Solomon – Patriotism

    PATRIOTISM   Fear the Lord and the King   Fear the Lord and the king, my son, and do not join with the rebellious. Proverbs 24:21   It is often said that God only established three institutions-the home, the church, and the state. In so doing, He gave us explicit instructions on how all three […]

    The ABC’s of Wisdom: Building Character with Solomon – Involvement

    INVOLVEMENT   You Can’t Pretend You Didn’t Know   Rescue those being led away to death; hold back those stag­gering toward slaughter. If you say, “But we knew nothing about this,” does not he who weighs the heart perceive it? Does not he who guards your life know it? Will he not repay each person […]

    FAQ: Frequently Asked Questions About The Christian Life – Chapter 3

    Chapter 3 Which church should I join?   I live in a suburb of Chicago called Oak Park. Approximately fifty-three thousand people live here. On many street corners you can find a mas­sive church structure. At the turn of the century, when Oak Park was the first affluent suburb on the railroad west from Chicago, […]

    Amending Our Church Constitution to Define Marriage

    AMENDING OUR CHURCH CONSTITUTION TO DEFINE MARRIAGE by Ray Pritchard Last spring the elders appointed a task force to work on revising our church constitution in several key areas. This marks the first time since we approved our current constitution in 1992 that we have made any changes. The task force recommended, and the …

    Are We on the Brink of Revival?

    ARE WE ON THE BRINK OF REVIVAL? by Dr. Ray Pritchard Is America poised for a great spiritual awakening? Many factors argue against it. Several years ago Chuck Colson issued a solemn warning about the decline of our culture. He spotlighted three ominous trends: partial-birth abortion, euthanasia, and the movement to legalize…

    Calvary in the Park: Faith/Hope/Love

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    Faith That Leads Us to God A friend sent me an email telling about a question asked by a coworker: “How is a Christian defined? It used to be that if you were not Jewish or Hindu or Buddhist, you were a Christian, whether Catholic or Lutheran or Episcopal or Baptist. But it seems now […]

    What About the Ecumenical Movement?

    HOT TOPICS #4: WHAT ABOUT THE ECUMENICAL MOVEMENT? by Ray Pritchard The following question comes from Shawn in Houston, Texas. He posted it on the “Ask Pastor Ray” question board on Calvary’s website. “Do you believe that the ecumenical movement is a good thing?” Here is an abbreviated version of my…

    What Is At Stake

    On November 7 the American people will elect a new president and vice president, 435 members of the House of Representatives, and one-third of the Senate. In addition, there are thousands of statewide and local races that will be decided on that day. How should Christians approach their responsibilities in the coming electi…

    Christian Boldness in an Age of Tolerance

    Genesis 18:16-33

    There is a new, dark definition of tolerance emerging in our world. Josh McDowell argues that toleration has replaced justice as the primary American virtue. Tolerance today means that every view of truth and morality is equal to every other view. This view of toleration differs from the classic view in that it says that there is no such thing as absolute truth. How should we respond?

    THE HOLY SPIRIT

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    THE HOLY SPIRIT IN THE OLD TESTAMENT Suppose that the King of England were coming to eat at your house one night. What would you serve him? Before you answer that question, consider this one added detail……….along with the King’s acceptance you also have access to his personal diary telling of his previous royal visits […]

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